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Congratulations on coding your first program in CS First Music and Sound.

This is your final screencast of the day.

It will wrap up today's club activities as well as give you a preview of the next club session.

You will also get familiar with a few tasks that you'll do at the end of every club.

Watch the screencast and then complete the wrap-up steps.

Today you began an amazing journey in computer science by coding your first program in CS First Music and Sound.

But today was just the start.

Next club, you'll build a dance party project where you choose the music and have your sprite dance on the screen while learning an important computer science concept called a repeating loop.

Just because the club is over for today, doesn't mean the fun has to end.

You can continue to work on and customize your project at home, or at school.

Look through your CS First printed materials to find an extra CS First club pass, as it contains the information you need to access your project outside of club sessions.

Use the sign-in information from your club pass to access your projects from any computer that has an internet connection.

Just go to scratch.mit.edu and sign in.

Your programs will be saved under the My Stuff menu.

Take a moment to share what you made today with your neighbor.

Then spread the awesomeness by writing a G+ post, write a shout-out to a fellow club member, or the host for their hard work and helpfulness.

Now it's your turn.

Share your project with the Scratch community.

Post a G+ shout-out to another club member.

Instructions
Write a G+ shout-out!
Attributions
  • RoboThespian by joint2net (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhAFiuvW6fU) licensed under CC-BY 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/)
  • The song “Festival” is © YouTube-- CC-BY-SA 4.0 does not apply.